Barack Obama advocates World Governme...

Barack Obama advocates World Government suggests the renowned Financial Times

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The Financial Times, one of the most respected and widely read newspapers on the planet, features an editorial today that openly admits the agenda to create a world government based on anti-democratic ...

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Michael Gyovai

Toronto, Canada

#1 Jan 23, 2009
One nation

Friday January 23 2009

http://www.thebramptonguardian.com/editorial/...

President Barack Obama symbolizes what we as North Americans have been asking for, for many years. That is, hope for a brighter tomorrow. Not just for our kids and grandchildren, but for us, the generations of today.Only with hope, passion and desire to make a difference will positive change occur.His inauguration marks a pivotal time in North America's history as we, as one nation, not two countries, must rise up and take democracy by the hand and lead it toward our salvation as we, together, set forth and achieve the future we all desire for.Together, as one nation, we shall achieve excellence.Michael Gyovai
Charles tomlinson

United States

#2 Jan 23, 2009
that sounds so sweet michael but that would be one more step towards a one word goverment and the anti christ have you heard of the NAU and talks of this Obama acts like he hasent heard it but its in the works by the powers that be do we really want the infestation of corruption and poverty merged with american and canada

“NOW - No Opportunity Wasted”

Since: Nov 08

Terre Haute, Indiana

#3 Jan 23, 2009
Michael Gyovai wrote:
One nation
Friday January 23 2009
http://www.thebramptonguardian.com/editorial/...
President Barack Obama symbolizes what we as North Americans have been asking for, for many years. That is, hope for a brighter tomorrow. Not just for our kids and grandchildren, but for us, the generations of today.Only with hope, passion and desire to make a difference will positive change occur.His inauguration marks a pivotal time in North America's history as we, as one nation, not two countries, must rise up and take democracy by the hand and lead it toward our salvation as we, together, set forth and achieve the future we all desire for.Together, as one nation, we shall achieve excellence.Michael Gyovai
...when I shook his hand, I knew he would change the world.

Our country can now move forward to a brighter tomorrow, one step at a time, with President Obama's leadership.

I am truly inspired that a man such as him, has come along in my lifetime and my Grandson's.

Now, if we can continue supporting his efforts in universal healthcare, environmental improvement, positive diplomacy, ending the two current wars...

“NOW - No Opportunity Wasted”

Since: Nov 08

Terre Haute, Indiana

#4 Jan 23, 2009
Charles tomlinson wrote:
that sounds so sweet michael but that would be one more step towards a one word goverment and the anti christ have you heard of the NAU and talks of this Obama acts like he hasent heard it but its in the works by the powers that be do we really want the infestation of corruption and poverty merged with american and canada http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =GbV8duHcXX0XX
Canada is a humanitarian based country that we should be looking up to.

Thanks to Michael.
Charles tomlinson

United States

#5 Jan 23, 2009
haha universal healthcare has proved to be a terrible system it would be a disaster do you know how long it would take to see a doctor and most of them would probably quit you all are in lala land get the stars out of your eyes canadians have alot less rights then we do but now one cares about their rights til they are all gone and the damage is done

“NOW - No Opportunity Wasted”

Since: Nov 08

Terre Haute, Indiana

#6 Jan 23, 2009
Charles tomlinson wrote:
haha universal healthcare has proved to be a terrible system it would be a disaster do you know how long it would take to see a doctor and most of them would probably quit you all are in lala land get the stars out of your eyes canadians have alot less rights then we do but now one cares about their rights til they are all gone and the damage is done
Evidently, you are not and do not work with doctors.

I do work with many doctors in an array of medical specialties......they voted for Obama and prefer universal healthcare.

They are tired of the hold insurance and pharmaceutical companies have on medical treatment in our society.
Charles tomlinson

United States

#7 Jan 23, 2009
well you are from another side of the spectrum then because my sister is a rn and brother is a surgeon and they hold the same view that i do ive worked with many canadians and they will tell you how messed up it is i have a freind in alberta and they take half his paycheck in taxes you will be paying for bums that dont work and wont i guess if you like big goverment and big taxes then universal health care is your thing but do u want to wait 4 months to see a specialist

“NOW - No Opportunity Wasted”

Since: Nov 08

Terre Haute, Indiana

#8 Jan 23, 2009
People have to wait for any opening to see a specialist here anyway, and urgent cases are seen sooner, so your excuse doesn't bear any weight.

I am concerned, though, how you judge people as bums - not even knowing financial situations of the public.

Are you suggesting, those without income, or uninsured though employed, are not considered a right to medical care in this great country of ours?

Are you proud of the fact your tax dollars finance corporate greed ? Instead of treating individuals medically?

What if you were enduring financial difficulty and needed open heart surgery - should the healthcare system deny you treatment, because you couldn't afford to pay?

Too bad your sister RN and brother MD are not compassionate with medically treating others, regardless of pay.......I feel sorry for how their patient care skills must be minimal - unless money is involved.
Charles tomlinson

United States

#9 Jan 23, 2009
well money does make the world go round and what your saying sounds good but i dont think it would work i think yes it is fine to help people in need that need assistance but this idea will never work nothing is free. doctors will still need paid medical facilities still need funds and the program itself will cost billions to start, employ its administrators and to continue running
You have to wait in line as funding is allocate first to people with more severe cases than you. People say that then you can opt to pick up private health insurance, but in reality NO insurance company will provide coverage to ANYONE who has cancer as a pre-existing condition so then you are at the mercy of politicians and the system. Also you do not have the right to refuse treatment either. If you are prescribed a medication that is cheap but that makes you go bald in short Prices will go up, way up, and quality will go down. we can agree to disagree on this subject i guess

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